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... trying to buy some fresh fruit in a few shops on the way. Any wonder people are unhealthy here!! It sure is a challenge to eat healthily!
After a cup of tea and a bit of a rest, the cleaner told us there was a place to buy fruit about a km away, so back on the bikes to check it out. Success!! When we returned home we were taking photos of the house and the bikes with the “fat ass seats” when ...
... bridge. The road was littered with billboards showing the smiling faces of shyster lawyers with messages that that read "Injured? Call...." and "Accident? Get the Womack onto them". I noticed the same thing in Fort Lauderdale, except they put them on the backs of benches there as well.
The tour of the bayou was on a flat bottomed boat with a canopy. It’s quite beautiful - much more interesting than the the Everglades as there’s a lot more varieties of ...
... even if the room is skanky. I don't think it gets cleaned ever. They tell me about the streetcar that takes you downtown so I head out to do that. Walk along the river and I explore the French quarter for a while, find somewhere for some lunch and have some jambalaya. It is so hot!!!! Like insane heat, the air is so thick and muggy and I'm just about the sweatiest person here. So I decide ...
... head on down to Bourbon St to see the madness for ourselves. We wander wide-eyed for awhile, there are a lot of drink outlets and a lot of drunks. No wonder tourists get robbed of their belongings when they get so drunk they are oblivious to what's going on around them! Every 2nd shop here sells slushy cocktails and they are dirt cheap! We end up grabbing some food and then check out Preservation Hall which Paul is very keen to go to. They have sold out all ...
... I went past the Place de Armes and government buildings which are some of the most photographed in all of New Orleans. The French Quarter is so lucky they didn't get damage from Katrina as there is so much history and old buildings here. It would have been a tragedy to lose those.
A couple of beers in the lobby of the hotel while I updated the blog was a nice way to end a good day.